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Thread: Sound Detector
face BY : mikeRemoveME@spamBeGonewhitewing.co.uk

On Tue, 2 Jan 2001 11:51:55 -0000, you wrote:

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Not narrow, but spiky - white LEDs are blue LEDs with a phosphor to
convert some of the blue to yellowish, so the output spectrum can be
rather uneven.
..having said that, I've just shone a white LED at  reflective
diffraction grating (otherwise known as a CD!), and at the right angle
you do see most of the colours of the visible spectrum with no obvious
colour banding.
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